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Guillermo Cabrera Infante • 12 Items / 6 Books, 4 Articles, 1 Review, 1 Poem
Three Trapped Tigers (1968)
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Published Reviews
  1. Books
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    Infante Terrible (Review)
    Three Trapped Tigers, by G. Cabrera Infante
    1. Three Trapped Tigers by G. Cabrera Infante
    The New Yorker, January 29, 1972, pp. 91-93
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    The Screen: Decline and Fall (2 Reviews)
    Three Trapped Tigers, by G. Cabrera Infante
    1. Three Trapped Tigers by G. Cabrera Infante
    2. Betrayed by Rita Hayworth by Manuel Puig
    Commonweal, November 12, 1971, pp. 161-162
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    Keeping Up with the News (2 Reviews)
    Three Trapped Tigers, by G. Cabrera Infante
    1. Three Trapped Tigers by G. Cabrera Infante
    2. Les Guerilleres by Monique Wittig
    The New York Review of Books, December 16, 1971, pp. 23-26
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    The Voice of South America (4 Reviews)
    Doctor Brodie's Report, by Jorge Luis Borges
    1. Doctor Brodie's Report by Jorge Luis Borges
    2. Three Trapped Tigers by G. Cabrera Infante
    3. Betrayed by Rita Hayworth by Manuel Puig
    4. Leaf Storm and Other Stories by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
    The Atlantic Monthly, August 1972, pp. 83-85
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    City of Visions (6 Reviews)
    After My Fashion, by John Cowper Powys
    1. After My Fashion by John Cowper Powys
    2. Our Ancestors by Italo Calvino
    3. The Old Jest by Jennifer Johnston
    4. Three Trapped Tigers by G. Cabrera Infante
    5. The Head Case by Jacky Gillott
    6. The Throwback by Tom Sharpe
    The New Statesman, October 10, 1980, p. 23
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    The Literary Life in Cuba (7 Reviews)
    Three Trapped Tigers, by G. Cabrera Infante
    1. Three Trapped Tigers by G. Cabrera Infante
    2. Paradiso by Jose Lezama Lima
    3. Explosion in a Cathedral by Alejo Carpentier
    4. Writers in the New Cuba by J.M. Cohen
    5. Inconsolable Memories by Edmundo Desnoes
    6. A Candle in the Wind by Juan Arcocha
    7. The Twelve by Carlos Franqui
    The New York Review of Books, May 23, 1968, pp. 37-41